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Marinas - List
General Information
Marinas Associations
Fees (Berth Fees & Mooring Fees)
Baying Food
Fuel
Spare Parts
Water & Electricity

Regulations for Foreign Boats
Access, Navigation and Stay
Authorization Issue
Navigation Security Compensation
Paying Demurrage
Currency Regulation
Yahtmaster's Certificate
Wintering of Yachts in Croatia
Zones in which Navigation is Prohibited Boat Equipment
Radio Telephones
Participation in Sporting Events
Transport of Boats
Boat Rental  & Charter Companies
Change of Crew
Sailing in Adriatic
Nautical Information, Sailing Conditions in Adriatic, Weather, Charts
General Information

     Croatia is ideal for sailing: it has an indented coastline, many islands, a good climate and 40 marinas with excellent facilities and service. About half of the marinas belong to the ACI Club (Adriatic Croatia International Club) and the others are independent. Of the twenty-one ACI marinas seventeen are open throughout the year and four during the summer season only.

All Croatian marinas are members of an association whose head office is in Rijeka.

Croatian Marinas Association (Hrvatska udruga marina)
Bulevar oslobodjenja 23
HR-51000 Rijeka
Tel.: (051) 209 130 / Fax: (051) 216 033

For more information about sailing in Adriatic see our Sailing pages.

Berth fees in marinas

Fees are charged in Croatian marinas for berths and other services. They are usually fixed and published in the autumn for the following year. For actual fees use our marinas data base and search facility.

Mooring fees in public harbours

On public piers in harbours under municipal authority, the local authorities have the right to charge mooring fees. The amount of the fee depends on the size of the boat and the length of pier it occupies, which means that yachts mooring alongside the pier will pay more than those mooring stern of bows to. When berthing “in a pack” (several yachts mooring alongside each other), the mooring fee is charged for every yacht.

The amount of the fee is determined by the local authority can vary from one harbor to another.

Mooring fees in bays

In some areas, the local authorities charge mooring fees for vessels moored in bays under their authority. In return, garbage is collected and, in some places, groceries delivered.

The extent to which fees can be charged without any service being provided will in future be regulated by law. Persons collecting mooring fees must identify themselves by producing a printed receipt.

Buying food

Shopping for food presents no problems along the coast or on the islands. All marinas and harbour have well-supplied supermarkets. However, during prolonged spells of bad weather there can be a shortage of fresh vegetables and bread on small islands which do not have a regular ferry service. Food prices are comparable to those in Europe. Restaurants can be more expensive on small islands.

Fuel

Fuel is easily available both on roads and in harbours. All types of petrol, including unleaded petrol, and diesel are available; however, unleaded petrol pumps and less common on piers. Petrol stations are temporarily closed for safety reasons when they are being supplied with petrol from tankers.

During off-season periods, opening hours of petrol stations can be limited to a few, usually morning, hours. During the main season, and especially in the morning hours, the large number of customers may cause queuing and considerable waiting times at petrol stations.

The following ports have petrol stations on the waterfront (from north to south):

Fuel Stations

No Place Depth Open
1 UMAG-Marina
052/734-419
3 m 7-22
2 POREC
052/431-689
2.5 m 7-21
3 ROVINJ
052/813-500
7 m 7-21
4 PULA
052/23-935
4.8 m 8-20
5 PULA-Marina Veruda
052/219-009
2.5 m 7-20
6 OPATIJA
051/271-327
4 m 7-22
7 RIJEKA-Zurkovo
051/216-763
2.5 m
8 CRIKVENICA
051/781-004
3 m
9 NOVI VINODOLSKI
051/244-018
3 m
No Place Depth Open
10 KRK
051/221-130
3 m 7-22
11 CRES-Marina
051/571-334
5 m 7-21
12 MALI LOSINJ
051/232-141
7 m 7-22
13 RAB
051/724-142
2.5 m 7-20
14 NOVALJA-Pag
053/662-263
1.5 m 6-22
15 ZADAR
023/212-308
2.5 m 6-22
16 SUKOSAN-Marina
023/393-758
6 m
17 BIOGRAD
023/383-961
3 m 6-22
18 PREKO-Ugljan
023/86-206
2.5 m
19 ZAGLAV-Dugi otok
023/377-234
2 m
No Place Depth Open
20 MURTER
022/434-499
2.2 m 6-21
21 JEZERA-Marina
022/439-315
2.5 m 7-21
22 VODICE-Marina
022/448-086
3.3 m 7-21
23 SIBENIK
022/213-868
7 m 6-22
24 KREMIK-Marina
022/571-110
4 m 7-21
25 TROGIR-Marina
021/885-458
3 m 8-20
26 SPLIT
021/345-747
4 m 6-21
27 ROGAC-Solta
021/654-180
4.5 m
28 MILNA-Brac
021/636-340
3 m
29 BOL-Brac

021/656-119
3 m 7-20
No Place Depth Open
30 HVAR-Hvar
021/741-060
1.8 m 7-21
31 VRBOSKA-Hvar
021/774-220
2 m 7-15
32 VIS-Vis
021/711-176
2.5 m 7-21
33 MAKARSKA
021/612-660
5 m 7-14
34 PLOCE
020/679-579
8 m 6-22
35 KORCULA
020/711-017
4 m 7-21
36 VELA LUKA
020/812-910
2 m 7-20
37 UBLI-Lastovo
020/805-034
2 m 7-20
38 KOMOLAC-Mar.
020/454-142
4 m 8-20
39 DUBROVNIK-Orsan
020/435-965
4 m 7-20
Fuel prices (Feb. 2000):

Super 98 oct. 5,47 kuna/litre
Super uleaded 95 oct. 5,02 kuna/litre
Petrol unleaded 91 oct. 4,83 kuna/litre
Diesel 4,69 kuna/litre


Spare parts

Spare parts are available throughout Croatia and many Croatian and foreign-owned shops are well supplied with spare parts for boat engines. There are specialized shops in marinas with general spare parts, while marina workshops are also well stocked. It is nevertheless advisable to have the special spare parts for your yacht on board (e.g. drive-belts and impellers) because shops cannot stock all makes.

It is also advisable to write to the manufacturer of your yacht for updated list of service stations which specialize in particular engine makes and stock the necessary spare parts.

It is worth mentioning that the ability of Croatian mechanics to make the required spare part in their shop never ceases to amaze and impress the foreigner.

Water and electricity in Croatian harbours and marinas

All Croatian marinas and some harbours have water and electricity hook-ups on the pontoon-piers.

Water: water connections are usually 1 inch in diameter, 3 inch diameter connections are much less common. Because of possible water shortages in the summer months, most Croatian marinas require yachts to use hoses with taps.

Electricity: In Croatia the current is 220 V AC. In marinas and public harbours (as well as camping grounds), three-pin "Euro-plugs" are used. In some marinas (Punat, Kremik) a number of pillars have ‘conventional’ safety sockets.
The power pillars in some marinas are so wide apart (e.g. in Zut, Piskera, Palmizana) that extension leads with insulated connectors (storm, rain) are needed.
The number of power points is sometimes insufficient for all yachts that may need electricity at the same time. Well-insulated extension leads with connection elements should therefore be carried on board every yacht.

 

Marinas
At present Croatia has two kinds of marinas:
a) Privately owned and operated marinas, some of which enter into cooperation arrangements with industrial companies;
b) Marinas operated by the Adriatic Croatia International Club (ACI), all of which offer standardized services at the same terms and conditions.

The head office of the ACI Club is in Opatija.

ACI Club
M. Tita 221
HR - 51410 Opatija
Tel.: (051) 271 288, 272 570 / Fax: (051) 271 824, 712 824
Web: Marinas
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1. ACI UMAG
HR - 52394 Umag
2. NOVIGRAD City Harbour
HR - 52466 Novigrad  
3. NOVIGRAD Bay (in construction)
Regina-Nautic
4. CERVAR - PORAT
HR - 52440 Porec
5. POREC
HR - 52440 Porec
6. PARENTIUM
HR - 52440 Porec
7. ACI ROVINJ
HR - 52210 Rovinj
8. ACI PULA
HR - 52000 Pula
9. VERUDA - TEHNOMONT
HR - 52000 Pula
10. ACI POMER
HR - 52000 Pula
11. ACI OPATIJA
HR - 51414 Icici
12. ADMIRAL
HR - 51410 Opatija
13. ACI CRES
HR - 51557 Cres
14. KLIMNO
HR - 51521 Punat
15. PUNAT
HR - 51521 Punat
16. ACI SUPETARSKA DRAGA
HR - 51280 Rab
17. ACI RAB
HR - 51280 Rab
18. MALI LOSINJ
HR - 51550 Mali Lošinj
19. ACI SIMUNI
HR - 53293 Kolan Pag
20. BORIK
HR - 22500 Zadar
21. ZADAR - TANKERKOMERC d.d.
HR - 22500 Zadar
22. ZLATNA LUKA
HR - 23206 Sukosan
23. VELI IZ - TANKERKOMERC
HR - 23284 Veli Iz
24. ACI ZUT
HR - 22242 Jezera
25. KORNATI
HR - 23210 Biograd n/m
26. ACI PISKERA
HR - 22242 Jezera
27. HRAMINA 
HR - 22243 Murter
28. BETINA
HR - 22244 Betina
29. ACI JEZERA
HR - 22242 Jezera
30. TRIBUNJ (in construction)
HR - 22212 Tribunj
31. ACI VODICE
HR - 22211 Vodice
32. ACI SKRADIN
HR - 22222 Skradin
33. KREMIK
HR - 22202 Primošten
34. FRAPA-ROGOZNICA
HR - 22203 Rogoznica
35. ZIRONA-Drvenik Veli (in construction)
Administration: Smiljanica 9, HR - 21000 Split
36. AGANA MARINA 
HR - 21222 Marina
37. ACI TROGIR
HR - 21220 Trogir
38. ACI SPLIT
HR - 21000 Split
39. ACI MILNA
HR - 21405 Milna
40. MARINA TUCEPI
Hotel Tucepi, HR - 21325 Tucepi
41. ACI VRBOSKA
HR - 21463 Vrboska
42. ACI PALMIZANA
HR - 21450 Hvar
43. ACI KORCULA
HR - 20260 Korcula
44. LUMBARDA 
HR - 20260 Korcula
45. ACI MIHO PRACAT - DUBROVNIK
HR - 20236 Dubrovnik-Mokošica